Seeing other companies ip over vlan

March 26, 2009 at 11:57:58
Specs: Windows XP
i set up 2 vlans in one building for 2 different company's with the linksys slm224g 24port smart switch i have vlan 1 default vlan2 (company 1) and vlan 3 (company 2) company 1 are ports 1-17 all untagged and the rest 18-24 excluded company 2 are ports 18-24 all untagged and 1-17 excluded. but can still see files and ping ip over the 2 vlans. i have a feeling i am defaulting to vlan1 because i cant change vlan 1, all ports are untagged.
got over my head please help

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March 26, 2009 at 13:52:09
You only need two vlans

Internet port [one connecting to router] has both vlans
company 1 vlan 1 does not have vlan2 on any ports
company 2 vlan 2 does not have vlan1 on any ports

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May 21, 2009 at 11:13:27
The switch will not let me do anything or remove vlan 1. and also the membership in port to vlan settings do the ports the are for that vlan have to be tagged or untagged.

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May 21, 2009 at 12:01:09
You are still working on this two months later???

OK so you can't remove vlan1. This should not mean you have to assign it to a port. You would only assign vlan2 and vlan 3 to ports while excluding [not assigning] vlan1

vlan tagging relates to travel thru a trunk which you are not doing so vlan tagging shouldn't matter. Do untagged.

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